The role of Sports captain is an important one. Their duties include coaching small games and activities at lunch times for both KS1 and KS2, being role models to the school showing fair play and good sportsmanship and many more. The picture below shows this years sports captains.
Holy Cross Football team
First football game of the season
Holy Cross played their first football game ever last week against Headley Park. The boys proved to be fantastic role models to our school showing excellent sportsmanship. Unfortunately the game ended as a loss for Holy cross but as our Captain Jake said "It's not all about the winning but about having fun and taking part". Below are some snaps from the game. Well done team HC!
Second game of the season.
Holy Cross played against Compass point last week. We were incredible and we played like a team. Unfortunately the game ended in a loss but Harrison scored an incredible Hattrick. Well done Team HC.
Sports Champion visit
On the 16th November 2017 Robert Mitchel visited our school. He worked with each year group and did a circuit training session including spotty dogs, press ups and star jumps. He then did a whole school assembly describing his ambition and determination to become a high jump champion. The whole school very much enjoyed his visit.
Sports diary 2017/2018
KS1 Dance fest (Year 1/2) classes- 6th Feb 10 am
KS1 Gymnastics competition (Year 1/2) 2 teams-8th March 10:30am
KS2 Kwik sticks Hockey (year 5/6)1 team- 6th March 9:30
KS2 Tri Golf (year 3/4) 2 teams- 3rd May 9:45am
KS2 Dance fest show 2 - 20th June 7:00pm
Match 3- THE WIN
Holy Cross played Headley park last week. It was a fantastic game that ended in a win for Holy cross. Well done Team.
Last week we played against Cheddar Grove and won 2-1. Well done Team!
Today Children from Year 1 and 2 went to Ashton Park to take part in their dance festival called "Lights, camera, action". Year 1 performed a penguin dance to a song from Happy feet and Year 2 performed a dance called "Lets fly a kite from Mary Poppins.
Yesterday Holy cross played against Ashton Vale Primary school. They proved a formidable force and we ended the game with a draw 2-2. Well done team. Below are some snaps of the match.
KS1 Gymnastics competition
On Thursday 8th March a small group of year 1 and 2 children competed in a floor and vault competition at Hartcliffe gymnastics center. It was fantastic to see the children participate in such an event. All children that we took proved themselves fantastic role models for the school and budding gymnasts. Team A came 5th in the floor competition and was awarded green ribbons. Well done one and all!